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Ride to Troy & Deary Idaho *PICS*

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Talk' started by whistle clean, May 23, 2005.

  1. Hi All,

    The rain stopped here today (Sunday May 22 2005) so Lia and I got to go for a nice 85 + mile ride and enjoy the scenery. It was a little windy and chilly but well worth the time spent enjoying seeing the pretty countryside. Hopefully her fiance Chase will get to go next time.

    Here are a few pictures taken on our ride:


    A Troy Motorcycle Enthusiast

    A View from the Deary Idaho Grade

    Another view from the Deary Idaho Grade

    And Another View from the Deary Idaho Grade

    And one more from the Deary Idaho Grade

    Lia posing on the Grade

    Me posing on the Grade

    Who say's No Trespassing?

    Lia is a bad influence on me

    A stop at the Deary gas station (Harley in background)
  2. spolic

    spolic Ducati Pilot

    Very nice! Looks like you had a great time.

  3. Yeah. Looks real nice. Of course on our side we got to deal with more thunder, wind and hail off and on all day. It was a garage day. So much for my ride up to the North Cascades.
  4. Very nice pics! I've riden that route way too many times.

    Has anyone been on the dead-end road out to Elk River yet? If the road is clear, I want to ride that stretch sometime soon.
  5. Never been on that stretch with a bike, but I think it should be fun. I spent many summers camping up there.
  6. Yeah, heading out to Elk River is a dead end, unless your doing the off-road vehicle thing. There is a great restaraunt out there with some really good food as well.

    Back before Mac's Cycle was sold to the new owner a few years ago, they use to have riding events. When 20+ BMW riders from around the area would show, so would I. That was where I met Jason H. (wormser), it was pouring rain but we still blew by them all heading out to Elk River.

    But when the weather is dry, it's a good 55 miles of twisties each direction to Elk River.
  7. Thanks!

    I have not been that way yet this spring but I have to believe that the road should be clean and safe to ride by now. I hope to ride it soon so when I do I'll be sure to post some pics and a report.
  8. cordodor

    cordodor Retired

    looks like a good time. once i get new tires on my bike, i'm down to do some more riding. got 4700miles out of this set...
  9. Gee Chris...those tires must have gotten warmed up a couple of times...or they needed to be on a slower bike? LOL :)
  10. jabstar17

    jabstar17 Le Bitch

    Great Pics!! I will have to make a trip down there sometime!